Bob Sager serves buyers through the soft opening of the Tee Time Lounge in Iola on March 11. The organization, situated at Glacier Wood Golf Club, will open Friday, March 31.Holly Neumann Photo

Tee Time Lounge to open at Glacier Wood

By Holly Neumann

Tee Time Lounge, situated at Glacier Wood Golf Club at 604 Water St. in Iola, will open its doors for the initial time on Friday, March 31.

Common manager Bob Sager is excited about the chance.

“I am no stranger to the bar business,” he mentioned. “I have discovered distinctive elements of the organization from distinctive regions of the nation. I began out as a cook, then bartended. I have worked in supper clubs, banquet halls and bars.”

Sager, who owns the organization with Christopher Polanco and Danielle Pelto, mentioned he is searching forward to sharing his talents with not only the Iola neighborhood, but also with golfers at Glacier Wood Golf Club.

“This is a excellent chance to open this up as an eatery, supper club sort of vibe,” he mentioned. “It will be a very good spot for a dating atmosphere, a niche that is not becoming met anyplace: intimacy, but nevertheless about men and women, correct etiquette and excellent scenery.”

Possessing some entertaining

Sager also desires to have some entertaining. There will be karaoke, trivia nights, card nights and even bourbon tasting outdoors by the fire.

“We will generally be carrying out some thing new,” he mentioned. “I am prepared to attempt something after. It is all about increasing in the business.”

Sager’s plans also contain month-to-month themed bloody Marys in a 36-ounce mug with all the fixings and bottomless mimosas each and every Sunday.

The meals will contain fundamental entrees and common American cuisine.

“We will have a Friday fish fry and steaks on Saturday,” Sager mentioned. “We will also have broasted chicken on Sundays, but if you want a bucket of chicken to go, I will be content to make that any day of the week.”

The menu will also contain each day specials and appetizers.

“I make some of the appetizers myself, from chicken wings, mozzarella sticks and chicken tenders,” Sager mentioned. “I like meals you can share with an additional individual. It creates a camaraderie.”
There will also be hot and cold grab-and-go things for golfers.

“We will have a slow and gradual development,” Sager mentioned. “I hope men and women realize that, as I want anything completed appropriately. We are not going to get started with anything appropriate away, as I do not want to overwhelm the employees.”

He desires anything to be constant so that patrons get the very same top quality of meals, drinks and service each and every time they stop by.

“Growing pains may perhaps occur, but my aim is to make this a year-round establishment,” Sager mentioned.

The neighborhood has been quite welcoming so far, according to Sager.

“We had a soft opening on March 11,” he mentioned. “It was a lot of entertaining and there have been a lot of men and women right here.”

For now, Tee Time Lounge will be open at three p.m. Thursdays and Fridays and keep open as extended as men and women are there. On Saturday and Sunday, they will open at ten a.m.

Hours will adjust after golf season starts, with the kitchen to open at ten a.m.

There will also be an active cart employees to provide beverage requirements to golfers on and off the course.

By Editor